Edward Stephenson, the son of a great industrialist, is due to marry the daughter of another prominent business leader. But the boy prefers a modest employee of the latter, Maud Hartley, ... See full summary »
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When Maud's horse breaks loose and she is thrown, she is limping when she retrieves the goods. Returning home she is no longer limping, nor does she limp when serving coffee and drinks.